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Backtrax 90’s

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Backtrax 90’s

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Author: Jesse Baroka

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IRONWOOD – Gas Prices in Michigan down 2 cents a gallon compared to last week, while local prices are up to start the week. On average Michigan Drivers are paying $2.13 on average. This price is 5 cents less than this time last month and about 65 cents less than this time last year. Highest […]

IRONWOOD – Another spike in COVID-19 cases on the Gogebic Range over the weekend.  The Michigan Department of Health reporting 89 confirmed cases in Gogebic County with 3 cases in Ontonagon County.  The Wisconsin Department of Health reporting 72 confirmed cases in Iron County.  Upper Michigan COVID-19 cases rose by 18 Sunday.  As of Sunday […]

HOUGHTON, Mich. (AP) — Michigan Tech University students want to help other students who didn’t qualify for federal financial help related to the coronavirus. Michigan Tech set up the Husky Emergency Assistance Fund months ago. The graduate student government organization now is pledging to match up to $10,000 in donations from other students. Students received […]

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has signed spending bills as part of an agreement to resolve a $2.2 billion deficit in the current budget by using federal coronavirus relief aid, tapping savings, shifting funds and banking cost cuts from employee furloughs that are complete. The laws enacted Friday include additional funding for K-12 […]

MELLEN – Officials in Ashland County report a coronavirus outbreak at a Mellen youth camp. 14 COVID-19 cases were confirmed at Camp Eagle Ridge last Friday and officials say the isolated outbreak affected mostly staff members with little risk to surrounding communities. Camp leaders sent the participants home then notified families of the potential risk […]

VILAS COUNTY – A COVID-19 testing event in Vilas County is cancelled due to a scheduling conflict. According to the Vilas County Public Health Department a scheduling conflict with the Wisconsin National Guard is behind the cancellation of tests at the St. Germain Elementary School. The Guard is facilitating testing throughout the state. Another testing […]

HURLEY. (AP) — Rural counties in northern Wisconsin that had largely been immune from the coronavirus pandemic are now seeing a surge in cases, with Iron County now having the state’s highest rate of active confirmed infections. The number of confirmed infections in Iron County was in the single digits for four months before spiking […]

BESSEMER – The Gogebic-Ontonagon Intermediate School District is providing funding to help prevent spreading of the coronavirus. The Board of Education is allocating $172,000 to the district’s six members to use for buying cleaning supplies, obtaining technology products to support distance learning or any other needs to ensure students continue to receive high quality educational […]

ODANAH – The Bad River Tribe of Lake Superior Chippewa is awarded a federal grant to build COVID-19 quarantine housing. The $900,000 from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development will be used to construct tiny homes which will be used by those testing positive for the coronavirus. It’s part of $20 million which […]

WAKEFIELD – With High School Football as of this morning still a go for the fall on the Gogebic Range, The Gogebic Miners Home Games this year shift to Wakefield.  With that it was decided to build A new press box on the south side of the athletic field behind the School building.  The construction […]